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December 06, 2017, 10:35:53 PM
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I'm looking for websites to stay informed on different topics.


Here's a sort of format we can use:


1. What's the news source? (name, link, etc)

2. What topic of news information is reliably and factually produced from said source? (worldwide news, domestic politics, science, bitcoin, etc)

3. Provide evidence to substantiate the claim that the source is unbiased/factual (anecdotal experience, funding sources, historical track record, etc)



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December 06, 2017, 11:07:38 PM
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I'm looking for websites to stay informed on different topics.


Here's a sort of format we can use:


1. What's the news source? (name, link, etc)

2. What topic of news information is reliably and factually produced from said source? (worldwide news, domestic politics, science, bitcoin, etc)

3. Provide evidence to substantiate the claim that the source is unbiased/factual (anecdotal experience, funding sources, historical track record, etc)



Let's work together to fight fake news






Me personally, I don't anymore follow the news. The kind of news i only subscribe to is the weather and traffic. Everything else, as i see it, are biased. Especially opinion pieces which of course are supposed to be biased on the opinion of the caster. But still, i would rather form my own opinion about the topic. CNN and BBC are great sources of news but then again just for weather and traffic everything else need to be taken with a grain of salt

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December 18, 2017, 10:43:40 PM
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I'm looking for websites to stay informed on different topics.


Here's a sort of format we can use:


1. What's the news source? (name, link, etc)

2. What topic of news information is reliably and factually produced from said source? (worldwide news, domestic politics, science, bitcoin, etc)

3. Provide evidence to substantiate the claim that the source is unbiased/factual (anecdotal experience, funding sources, historical track record, etc)



Let's work together to fight fake news






I don't follow the news anymore. Mostly i watch the news for basically what happened, any new laws i should know and the weather all of which i could easily find in my local news. What happens outside the country i basically have facebook for that. If i were to watch a news channel outside our local station, that would be either CNN and BBC. But i steer clear of editorials and stuff like that.

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December 19, 2017, 10:03:13 AM
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I'm looking for websites to stay informed on different topics.


Here's a sort of format we can use:


1. What's the news source? (name, link, etc)

2. What topic of news information is reliably and factually produced from said source? (worldwide news, domestic politics, science, bitcoin, etc)

3. Provide evidence to substantiate the claim that the source is unbiased/factual (anecdotal experience, funding sources, historical track record, etc)



Let's work together to fight fake news






Me personally, I don't anymore follow the news. The kind of news i only subscribe to is the weather and traffic. Everything else, as i see it, are biased. Especially opinion pieces which of course are supposed to be biased on the opinion of the caster. But still, i would rather form my own opinion about the topic. CNN and BBC are great sources of news but then again just for weather and traffic everything else need to be taken with a grain of salt
CNN and also bloomberg for me too. For the local news, ABS CBN news serves as my reliable source. I dont know with everyone else but they think this news organization is as biased as can be. But for me, it is not. News are researched and double checked that is why it is a credible source.

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December 19, 2017, 10:11:36 AM
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December 19, 2017, 03:14:43 PM
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I have yet to find one as they are all either garbage, overly left leaning, or sensationalist. I can tell you one thing it certainly is not r/worldnews

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December 20, 2017, 05:14:11 AM
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I'll give one source of reliable factual news and one unreliable source

The unreliable first; reddit. It's just a bunch of people giving opinions without facts.
users usually go there to get votes on opinions that they already believe in or are biased to

My reliable source is the wall street journal. I just delivered news straight up and isnt really bashed for being too political unlike Fox news or Cnn

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